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The Jealous Curator » Blog Archive » i’m jealous of lisa rodden   "Whoa. I am in complete awe of Australian artist Lisa Rodden. I would never ever ever be able to create work with such insane precision {especially those last two geometric pieces!!!}. And so, on this fine Monday morning, I must reiterate… whoa."

The Jealous Curator » Blog Archive » i’m jealous of lisa rodden "Whoa. I am in complete awe of Australian artist Lisa Rodden. I would never ever ever be able to create work with such insane precision {especially those last two geometric pieces!!!}. And so, on this fine Monday morning, I must reiterate… whoa."

Noriko Takamiya_ the 8th Holland Paper Biennial, being held at both the Museum Rijswijk and CODA Museum, in Apeldoorn. On display are the works of 27 renowned paper artists, including s...

Noriko Takamiya_ the 8th Holland Paper Biennial, being held at both the Museum Rijswijk and CODA Museum, in Apeldoorn. On display are the works of 27 renowned paper artists, including s...

Love patternity.co.uk. Could be a crystal under a microscope or insane architecture. Either way oddly soothing.

Love patternity.co.uk. Could be a crystal under a microscope or insane architecture. Either way oddly soothing.

Edward Jeffrey Kriksciun 8 by Nationale Fine Arts, via Flickr

Edward Jeffrey Kriksciun 8 by Nationale Fine Arts, via Flickr

Elod Beregszaszi is a master of paperwork, but not in the normal sense. He cuts, folds, embosses and sculpts amazing work out of paper.

Elod Beregszaszi is a master of paperwork, but not in the normal sense. He cuts, folds, embosses and sculpts amazing work out of paper.

Zarina Hashmi, "Entrance" from "Home Is a Foreign Place", 1999 — One from a portfolio of 36 woodcuts and letterpress, mounted on paper. Each of the sheets in Home Is a Foreign Place bears an abstract image and a word printed in Urdu, the artist's mother tongue. The terms she chose, such as "threshold," "border," "country" and "door," paired with her minimal images, create a lexicon relating to the theme of home.

Zarina Hashmi, "Entrance" from "Home Is a Foreign Place", 1999 — One from a portfolio of 36 woodcuts and letterpress, mounted on paper. Each of the sheets in Home Is a Foreign Place bears an abstract image and a word printed in Urdu, the artist's mother tongue. The terms she chose, such as "threshold," "border," "country" and "door," paired with her minimal images, create a lexicon relating to the theme of home.

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